Puregas Solutions deliver turnkey biogas upgrading solutions. Our unique CApure process recovers >99.9% of the available methane in raw biogas, maximising biomethane yield and customer revenues with very low operational costs whether for renewable natural gas, grid injection, CNG for vehicle fuelling, virtual pipelines or bioLNG. Puregas Solutions – Fuelling our Future!Read more about us
With more than 15 years
experience Puregas Solutions designs and delivers biogas upgrading solutions using the
unique CApure process.
“Puregas Solutions work in partnership with our customers to ensure our fully integrated biogas upgrading solutions provide the highest revenues possible and maximise returns”
Jan Molin - Managing Director
All human activity creates waste. However, waste can also be a valuable resource. Excess agricultural produce, manure, wastewater sludge, household and restaurant waste are perfect raw materials for biogas production. Biogas can be upgraded to pure biomethane, or Renewable Natural Gas, which is compressed and used as a low carbon vehicle fuel (CNG, RNG) or injected into the natural gas grid providing renewable energy to both homes and businesses.
Puregas Solutions deliver several options for treating biogas, ranging from upgrading to biomethane (Renewable Natural Gas) for grid injection, compression for bioCNG, to liquefaction for bioLNG and fuelling infrastructure.
Puregas Solutions is a Swedish based company delivering highly efficient biogas upgrading solutions. A Global market leader, Puregas has subsidiaries in the UK, Denmark, Germany and the USA.
With over 20 years of experience Puregas Solutions manufactures and supplies Biogas Upgrading Plants. The unique CApure upgrading process recovers over 99.9% of the available methane from the raw biogas, maximising biomethane yields and revenues with exceptionally low operational costs. Puregas provides fully integrated solutions for biogas upgrading and have over 30 plants already operating.
The CApure process recovers over 99.9% of the biomethane present in the raw biogas by separating the CO2 from the biogas through a process of chemical adsorption. The selective organic solvents used in this process are so efficient that the product gas can contain over 99% biomethane. The biomethane can be directly injected in to the gas grid, compressed to produce bio-CNG or liquefied for bio-LNG. It’s also possible to capture the CO2 from the plant and use this for commercial purposes.Find out more